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Date: Wednesday, September 29, 2021 | 03:30 pm - 04:30 pm EDT

Location:  Duke University
615 Chapel Drive
Durham, North Carolina  27708
United States


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The intersection of computer science, philosophy and neuroscience is perhaps the most fascinating destination today for artificial intelligence researchers. Should AI adhere to the same moral principles as humans? If so, how do we successfully program it? If not, what moral code should AI follow? Join us for an overview of the social and ethical implications of artificially intelligent systems and how we can keep them accountable to our morals.

Moderator:

Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Chauncey Stillman Distinguished Professor of Practical Ethics, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences

Speakers:

Vincent Conitzer, Professor of Computer Science, Economics, and Philosophy, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences
Jana Schaich Borg, Associate Research Professor, Duke Social Science Research Institute

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